30 Day Video Game Challenge: Day 26 - Best voice acting —This game had some of the best Batman characters of all time, so of course they had to get the perfect voice actors to make them come alive - and boy did they succeed! The Joker, voiced by Mark Hamill, sounds deliciously diabolical and you can’t help but love him even when he’s constantly screwing you over. Batman’s voice actor, Kevin Conroy, sounds just as badass as he should as Gotham’s dark protector. Check out the video above to listen for yourself!
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How Joker gets no loving, I’ll never know.
Oh drunk Shepard…
Because I just can’t get enough…Mass Effect art! :D
Why ARE the elevators so darn slow in these games anyway?
And if I was a developer for Mass Effect, Joker would SO be a romance option, I don’t care if he has brittle bones!
Totally makes sense for Thane/Samara and Jacob/Joker to be best friends, but the others? Eh, kind of a stretch. XD
I feel like I haven’t given Joker enough love on the blog - he’s one of my favorite characters! Check out some of this art, including a Joker plushie! :)
The guy with Joker in the picture that makes them look like paper dolls is Dr. House from the show House. Both do have issues with limps. XP
I also really love the Green Day reference in the last picture…woo American Idiot!
While he spoke happily of flight and airship, his mother can’t find the heart to tell him that maybe his dreams could be nothing more than dreams
At best, they had aimed to produce a good pilot out of this crippled kid. Never did it occur to them that he would leave as the best damn pilot in the Alliance fleet.
He had run this simulation a hundred times, knowing the mappings and calculations like the back of his hand.
All those years’ worth of effort were meant for this very moment…
One thought repeated over and over again in his mind when he stood up to salute: He showed them all
They told him he was chosen by Captain Anderson to join the crew of the Normandy. But the moment he sat down in the pilot’s chair, firing up the screen to run some calibrations and primary settings, he couldn’t think of anywhere else he’d rather be.
An easy camaraderie settled between the chosen XO for the Normandy and its pilot, and the latter knew that he would have settled for no one else as Captain when Anderson stepped down.
It was his fault and he knew it, but somewhere in the back of his mind, a small voice insisted that with a few more seconds, he could have done /something/.
Click the source link for a larger view. :) Artist is brilliant!